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Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Bill Luckwell
movies
eye 3,619
favorite 5
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Who cut off an old man's hand, and then murdered him? Inquiring minds want to know, and so does Scotland Yard. A low budget, independent British production with a large cast. The last fifteen seconds are...well, you'll have to see them for yourself. Directed by Henry Cass. UK release 1960. US release 1961. Complete print. PRODUCTION NOTE: Cast members Ray Cooney and Tony Hilton also co-wrote the screenplay.
favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: mysteries, whodunits, Scotland Yard, '60s England, Ronald Leigh-Hunt, Derek Bond, Tony Hilton, Ray...
Classic TV
movies
eye 21,927
favorite 32
comment 5
Peter Lorre plays a recently released criminal mastermind who has hatched a plot to get even with the criminologist who sent him to prison. Aired: January 14, 1961
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews )
Topics: classic tv, Peter Lorre, checkmate, private detective
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by William LeBaron (& George K Spoor uncredited)
movies
eye 2,025
favorite 7
comment 2
This film's 3.5GB MPEG2 file found elsewhere at IA is reformatted here as a much smaller MP4 with equal video quality. A romantic melodrama set against a background of the heyday of steam railroading. It's noted for its accurate and vivid depictions of railroad operations in the 1930s. The featured players are Louis Wolheim, Jean Arthur and Robert Armstrong. Directed by George B Seitz. US release 1930. UK release 1931. Complete print. TRIVIA: "Danger Lights" was the first widescreen...
( 2 reviews )
Topics: Dramas, melodramas, '30s steam railroading, Louis Wolheim, Jean Arthur, Robert Armstrong, Frank...
Feature Films
movies
eye 13,621
favorite 19
comment 0
One of the early color near-nudie films and was re-shown often by, mostly, drive-in theatre owners in need of a quick cash fix. They would hang out the "Adults Only" sign, thereby ensuring that every high school and junior high boy (and more than a few dads) within an hour's drive would storm the gate, and turn on the popcorn machine and then hot-foot it to the night-deposit at the bank. Hank Henry is more than a little frustrated at the "lack of attention" he is getting at...
Topic: "nudie cutie" "vintage erotica"
Feature Films
movies
eye 12,465
favorite 14
comment 0
Goldilocks and The Three Bares  is a 1963  nudie-cutie  film from the legendary exploitation team of  Herschell Gordon Lewis  and  David F. Friedman . The title has absolutely nothing to do with the famous fable which inspired the title. Appropriately billed as the "first nudist musical" (not to be confused with  The First Nudie Musical , 1976), it has considerably more depth than their prior attempts at this genre. (from wikipedia) Oldbones found no registration for this 1963...
Topics: nudie-cutie, herschell gordon lewis, musical
Feature Films
movies
eye 8,837
favorite 7
comment 0
this was not taken from a wade Williams  tape or dvd  ,it came from a simitar vhs tape it's original , unaltered .I saw a request for it and decided to share it  enjoy
Topics: rocketship xm , original print , unaltered, unaltered
Feature Films
by NoseSilo
movies
eye 3,254
favorite 3
comment 0
1931 directed by Otto Brower and David Burton starring Gary Cooper, Lili Damita, Tully Marshall, Ernest Torrance, Eve Southern and Fred Kohler. Gary Cooper is a young scout who leads a wagon train across country, battling evil Indians and seedy traders, while his two unwashed companions (both confirmed bachelors) try and save him from falling in love (ew!) with a girl (yuck!). This copy has been sharpened a bit.
Topics: Fighting Caravans, Gary Cooper, Otto Brower, David Burton, Lili Damita, Tully Marshall, Ernest...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by John M Stahl
movies
eye 1,602
favorite 2
comment 1
A backstage murder leads to a jury room drama in which Joe E Brown is the only holdout for acquittal. "Twelve Angry Men" it's not, but as a primative early talkie it is an interesting curiosity. The print is in reasonably good condition. Directed by Albert S Rogell (as Albert Rogell). Released in 1929. Approximately 3 minutes are missing. CAST NOTE: Joe E Brown began his show biz career at the age of ten as a circus tumbler and clown. In later years he would claim he was the only kid...
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: dramas, jury room dramas, early talkies, circus clowns, Joe E Brown, Helen Foster, Barton Hepburn,...
Feature Films
by NoseSilo
movies
eye 22,494
favorite 5
comment 0
1960 directed by Anton Giulio Majano starring Alberto Lupo, Susanne Loret, Sergio Fantoni, Franca Parisi, Roberto Bertea, Andrea Scotti and Ivo Garanni.  A scientist with a dark secret has developed a process for restoring scarred flesh.  Unfortunately, that process requires a “sinister supplement.”  This copy has been sharpened a bit.
Topics: Atom Age Vampire, Mario Fava, Anto Giulio Majano, Alberto Lupo, Susanne Loret, Sergio Fantoni,...
Feature Films
movies
eye 14,768
favorite 19
comment 1
An old geezer recalls some of the antics of the men and women of his western town, more wild and woolly than Tombstone or Dodge City. In this town, no one is a good shot, the women are hungry for new meat, and practical jokers abound. A stranger strolls into town, proving resistant to the mayhem and, after donning some cowboy duds, begins cleaning up that town. This one actually has some decent production values. Oldbones found no registration for this 1962 movie..
favorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: "nudie cutie, " western comedy, russ meyer
Feature Films
movies
eye 28,543
favorite 48
comment 11
You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page .
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 11 reviews )
Feature Films
movies
eye 8,031
favorite 18
comment 3
A boxer is killed in the ring by poison.
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews )
Topics: mystery, murder, boxing, Neil Hamilton
Feature Films
by M.H. Hoffman Jr.
movies
eye 26,047
favorite 31
comment 11
A man falls to his death from the balcony of his penthouse apartment. Two reporters fighting over the scoop start to uncover a sinister plot. You can find out more about this film on its IMDB page .
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 11 reviews )
Topics: murder, reporters, Ginger Rogers, Lyle Talbot
Feature Films
movies
eye 5,501
favorite 13
comment 1
From Imdb; Lawyer Ginger Rogers is hired to keep dumb cowboy Jack Carson out of trouble. Stars: Ginger Rogers, Jack Carson and Joan Davis
favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Comedy, Ginger Rogers
Feature Films
by Sam Wood
movies
eye 8,238
favorite 25
comment 2
A young female escapee from a reform school (Ginger Rogers) joins a pickpocket academy in Paris.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: Comedy, Ginger Rogers, Movie Powder, avi
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Sol M. Wurtzel
movies
eye 18,809
favorite 27
comment 3
This complete print is brighter and significantly sharper than the truncated version already here at IA. Bad guys want to blow up the French fleet at Port Said. Mr. Moto would rather they didn't. Urban adventure ensues, along with a side order of comedy relief. Initially released on 20 January 1939. IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0031678/
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews )
Topics: adventures, sabotage, Mr. Moto, Peter Lorre, George Sanders, John Carradine, Ricardo Cortez,...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Phil Goldstone & Larry Darmour
movies
eye 2,400
favorite 13
comment 1
An unknown and unstopable vampire terrorizes a middle-European village. The featured players are Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, Melvyn Douglas and Dwight Frye. Directed by Frank R. Strayer. Released in 1933
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: horror, mystery, vampires, mad science, Fay Wray, Lionel Atwill, Dwight Frye, Melvyn Douglas
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Yonejiro Saito
movies
eye 6,668
favorite 24
comment 1
A gigantic, rocket-powered, flying turtle with fangs befriends an annoying little kid, which doesn't interfere with the usual monster mayhem. This is the original widescreen release without the tacked-on footage of the English-dubbed version known as "Gamera the Invincible," which also is available here at IA. Directed by Noriaki Yuasa Released in 1965 Japanese language with English subtitles complete print
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: monsters, Japanese monsters, creature features, Gamera
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
movies
eye 17,836
favorite 25
comment 0
This film is in the public domain. The copyright notice in the opening credits refers to a musical background track which has been removed. This is the original, unedited, full-length version which predates "Metropolis" by three years. FROM IMDB: This is called the first Soviet science fiction film because of its "futuristic" sets on Mars, although most of it takes place in Moscow. The movie is set at the beginning of the NEP (New Economic Policy) in December, 1921. A...
Topics: sci fi, silent sci fi, fantasy, Russian sci fi, propaganda, Mars
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by David O Selznick
movies
eye 10,151
favorite 24
comment 0
This print is much sharper and cleaner than the existing IA copy, and it is in the correct aspect ratio. A telling spoof of instant celebrity culture and one of the thirties' great screwball comedies with a cast well suited to its wacky screenplay. Directed by William Wellman. Released in 1937. Complete print.
Topics: comedies, screwball comedies, Carole Lombard, Fredric March, Charles Winninger, Walter Connolly
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Larry Darmour
movies
eye 2,423
favorite 7
comment 1
An insurance appraiser (Norman Foster) falls for the spoiled niece (Evalyn Knapp) of an industrialist involved in insurance fraud. There is a strong reference to the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory tragedy. Directed by Bert P Lynwood. Released in 1935. a.k.a. "Firetrap" Complete print. CAST NOTE: Foster and Knapp also costar in the highly regarded "Ladies Crave Excitement," which is available here at IA.
favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Dramas, crime dramas, the Triangle fire, Norman Foster, Evalyn Knapp, Sidney Blackmer
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Seymour Nebenzal
movies
eye 7,650
favorite 19
comment 0
A surreal fantasy adventure adapted from Pierre Benot's novel, "L'Atlantide," which has a superficial resemblance to H Rider Haggard's "She." Directed by George Wilhelm Pabst UK release 1932 US release 1939 a.k.a. "The Lost Atlantis" (US) and "L'Atlantide" (FR) 5 minutes are missing. PRODUCTION NOTE: The English dialog for this version was written by Miles Mander, who became a noted character actor in British and American films. He is here at IA in...
Topics: adventures, fantasies, Atlantis, Brigitte Helm, John Stuart, Tela Tchai
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Larry Darmour
movies
eye 4,368
favorite 12
comment 0
A low-budget, pre-code romantic drama about young ladies on the loose in Paris. Directed by Alphonse Martell. Released in 1933. a.k.a. "Tarnished Youth" (UK). 2 minutes are missing.
Topics: dramas, romantic dramas, pre code, Madge Bellamy, Gilbert Roland, Natalie Moorhead
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Sigmund Neufield
movies
eye 3,156
favorite 14
comment 1
A hotshot reporter saves a failing newspaper while personally fighting alcoholism. Directed by Norman Hudson. Released in 1932. Possibly a 2nd-release edit
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: dramas, newspapers, scandal sheets, pre code, Lila Lee, Walter Dyron, Tully Marshall
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Victor Schertzinger (uncredited)
movies
eye 3,779
favorite 14
comment 3
Life in an itinerant theatrical troupe. A well-acted and well-produced pre-code drama which touches on infidelity and illegitimacy (by '30s standards). The final scenes might be considered an unintentional prediction of the 1944 Hartford circus tragedy. Directed by Victor Schertzinger. Released in 1933. a.k.a. "The Constant Woman". complete print.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews )
Topics: dramas, theatrical troupe, pre code, Conrad Nagel, Leila Hyams, Tommy Conion
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Sam Katzman (uncredited)
movies
eye 3,005
favorite 10
comment 1
An adventure with a runaway bride, crooks, radio waves shooting down mail planes, tap-dancing, etc.. Hey, it was the '30s when anything could happen. Stars Herman Brix (a.k.a. Bruce Bennett) and Joan Barklay. Future Oscar winner Hattie McDaniels appears in a minor role. Remake of "Ghost Patrol," which also is available here at IA. Directed by Sam Katzman Released in 1937 a.k.a. "Flight Into Danger" (UK) 90 seconds are missing CAST NOTE: Brix and Barklay are also paired in...
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: adventures, radio death rays, Herman Brix, Joan Barklay, Monte Blue, Hattie McDaniels
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by M H Hoffman Jr
movies
eye 4,233
favorite 18
comment 3
Some will say this is a murder mystery. Others will claim it's an adventure. Still others will insist it's a comedy. But no one can deny this is a wacky movie. So bad it's good? Yup. Directed by Albert Ray. Released in 1933. 2nd release edit?
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews )
Topics: Mysteries, adventures, comedies, ship wrecks, gorilla suits, Monte Blue, Lila Lee, William...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Louis Weiss
movies
eye 4,621
favorite 15
comment 0
This print is a bit sharper and with a cleaner audio tack. EDIT 12/20/2018: A second version with enhanced contrast has just been added -- THE PHANTOM video quality upgrade 2 (MPEG4 559MB) A mystery that opens with a jail break and ends in a lunatic asylum, with lots of old dark house goings on in between. If you don't take this one seriously you're likely to have some fun. Directed by Alan James (as Alvin J Neitz). Released in 1931. complete print
Topics: mysteries, old dark houses, Guinn Williams, Allene Ray, Niles Welch
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Robert S Golden
movies
eye 10,793
favorite 8
comment 0
This is a sharper and cleaner print with a smaller download file than the existing IA copy. A cute and quirky romantic comedy with a large supporting cast that makes it come alive and provides most of the fun. Directed by William Castle. Released in 1948. a.k.a. "Texas, Brooklyn & Heaven". Complete print CAST NOTE: Audie Murphy's brief walk-on was his first feature film appearance
Topics: comedies, romantic comedies, Guy Madison, Diana Lynn, James Dunn, Florence Bates, Margaret Hamilton
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
movies
eye 7,767
favorite 26
comment 1
This is the original true-widescreen theatrical release. The glitch-free print is significantly sharper than the other prints here at IA. Vincent Price throws a hell of a old dark house party in this classic horror helped along by William Castle's gimmicks. Campy fun. Directed by William Castle Released in 1959 Complete print
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: horror, classic horror, old dark house, Vincent Price, Carol Ohmart, Richard Long, Elisha Cook Jr,...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by The 2am Theater
movies
eye 98,620
favorite 104
comment 3
ADULT CONTENT ADVISORY: this grindhouse double feature simulation contains nudity and other content some viewers might find objectionable. Your night in the sleazy side of town begins with three trailers and a Betty Page short, followed by the first feature, "Diary of a Nudist." An intermission featurette is next, "Naked Fury," followed by the second feature, "Revenge of the Virgins." NOTE: All of the items in this simulation are available separately in the Movie...
favoritefavorite ( 3 reviews )
Topics: 2am Theater, double feature, grindhouse, exploiatation, nudism, Betty Page
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Lindsley Parsons
movies
eye 5,639
favorite 16
comment 2
John Carradine is an insane Nazi scientist and Veda Ann Borg is his zombie wife in an old house cluttered with the walking dead. Happily Mantan Moreland is on hand to make nonsense of all this. Actually it's a disguised remake of "King of the Zombies," which also features Mantan, and also is here at IA in the Feature Films Collection. Directed by Steve Sekely. Released in 1943. a.k.a. "The Corpse Vanished" (UK). Complete print NOTE: Mantan Moreland films here at IA:...
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: comedies, horror, zombies, John Carradine, Mantan Moreland, Robert Lowery, Veda Ann Borg, Gale...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by The 2am Theater
movies
eye 37,342
favorite 50
comment 0
ADULT CONTENT ADVISORY: This grindhouse double feature simulation contains nudity and other content some viewers might find objectionable. The 2am Theater raises its ugly head to present an insomniac double feature dedicated to those who remember Manhattan's row of grindhouse palaces on 42nd Street between Times Square and 8th Avenue. (The whole damn block is now owned by Disney.) Our trip down the sleazy side of memory lane begins with coming attractions and a Betty Page bondage short,...
Topics: 2am Theater, double feature, grindhouse, exploitation, Betty Page
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Donald Taylor
movies
eye 8,373
favorite 15
comment 0
This print is much sharper and cleaner than the existing IA copies, and it's in the correct aspect ratio. Known for its highly atmospheric settings and structural similarity to "Psycho," which was purely coincidental, "City of the Dead" was poorly received at its US and UK theatrical openings. This changed in 1963 when it was released to US television. It has since achieved cult status and is recognized as a horror classic. Directed by John Liewellyn Moxey (as John Moxey) UK...
Topics: Horror, witchcraft, human sacrifice, Patricia Jessel, Dennis Lotis, Christopher Lee, Betta St John,...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by The 2am Theater
movies
eye 32,392
favorite 44
comment 1
ADULT CONTENT -- NUDITY The 2am Theater staff was out on parole just long enough to cobble together this third and final grindhouse double feature simulation: Your cinematic dumpster diving begins with previews of coming infractions, followed by the short, "These Girls Are fools." The first feature presentation, in blushing color, is the topless sci fi anti-classic, "Nude on the Moon." Next an intermission short, "All Men Are Apes," is followed by the second...
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: 2am Theater, double feature, grindhouse, exploitation, gorilla suits, girly photos
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Buster Keaton (uncredited)
movies
eye 6,442
favorite 7
comment 0
This glitch-free print is sharper than the existing IA copies, and with a smaller download file. A lively, pre-code show business comedy that's one of Buster Keaton's better talkies. One extended sequence qualifies as a slapstick masterpiece. Good supporting cast. Original story by Clarence Kellard. Directed by Edward Sedgwick Released in 1932 Complete print
Topics: comedies, backstage comesdies, slapstick, pre code, Buster Keaton, Jimmy Durante, Ruth Selwyn,...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Leo C Popkin
movies
eye 4,105
favorite 6
comment 0
This print is sharper and brighter than the existing IA copies. Time is running out for Edmond O'Brien's desperate attempt to solve his own murder. A classic and hard-hitting film noir with a good supporting cast that at the time were mostly relative unknowns. Directed by Rudolph Mate Released in 1950 a.k.a. "Dead on Arrival" (literal title) Complete print CAST NOTE: The feature film debuts of Neville Brand and future scream queen Beverly Garland (billed as Beverly Campbell).
Topics: mysteries, film noir, Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britton, Luther Adler, Beverly Garland, Neville Brand,...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Nat Levine
movies
eye 2,526
favorite 4
comment 1
A World War I romantic acton drama with an utterly absurd plot and dialog to match. Large cast and good production values for a Mascot film. Neither helps much. The print is in excellent condition. However it appears to be a 2nd-release or TV broadcast edit. Directed by David Howard US release 1934 UK release 1935
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: war dramas, action dramas, romantic dramas, WW 1, air combat, Ben Lyon, Sari Maritza, Erich von...
Feature Films
movies
eye 3,891
favorite 6
comment 1
Yet another copy of this shlock "classic" from Richard E. Cunha. Ripped from a DVD, it is (I think) a clearer/sharper version than the others that are currently available via the Archive.
favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: sci-fi/horror, '50s, Frankenstein, mad scientist, drive-in, monster, John Ashley, Richard E, Cunha,...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Michael Balcon (uncredited)
movies
eye 3,100
favorite 5
comment 1
This print is much sharper and cleaner than the existing IA copies. Another outstanding suspense thriller from Hitchcock's British years. If it isn't as popular as "The 39 Steps" or "The Lady Vanishes," it's probably because it's mounted on a smaller scale than those well-known classics. It also has a plot element some audiences found disturbing. Based on Joseph Conrad's novel, "The Secret Agent." Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. UK release 1936. US release 1937....
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: suspense dramas, sabotage, bomb plot, Silvia Sidney, Oskar Homolka, John Loder, Desmond Tester,...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Albert S Rogell
movies
eye 4,397
favorite 4
comment 0
This glitch-free print isn't perfect, however it is a noticable improvement over the existing IA copy. A screwball romantic comedy set among recently discharged WW2 vets, costarring Edmond O'Brien and Wanda Hendrix with a good supporting cast. High energy hijinks that flopped at the box office, but gained new life when in the mid-fifties it was screened on the CBS network's "Late Show" and "Late, Late Show." After which it was picked up by independent TV stations and...
Topics: comedies, screwball comedies, romantic comedies, WW2 vets, Edmond O'Brien, Wanda Hendrix, Rudy...
Feature Films
by Michael Curtiz
movies
eye 62,004
favorite 36
comment 9
Archer Coe has been found dead in his locked bedroom. The cops consider it suicide, but Philo believes otherwise. When the Coroner shows up, he finds that Archer had been hit with a blunt object, stabbed and shot - making suicide unlikely. When the evidence points to his brother, Brisbane is found stabbed to death in the closet. Archer had a number of enemies, any one of which would have been glad to knock him off, but which one did and how did the murder occur in a room looked from the inside....
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 9 reviews )
Topics: Philo Vance, William Powell, Michael Curtiz, SS Van Dine: Locked room mystery
Feature Films
by David O. Selznick
movies
eye 150,110
favorite 80
comment 13
Esther Blodgett (Janet Gaynor) is just another starry-eyed farm kid trying to break into the movies. Waitressing at a Hollywood party, she catches the eye of alcoholic star Norman Maine (Fredric March), is given a test, and is caught up in the Hollywood glamor machine. She and her idol Norman marry; but his career abruptly dwindles to nothing This was also Lana Turner's film debut as an extra.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 13 reviews )
Topic: Drama
Feature Films
by Irving Allen, Franchot Tone
movies
eye 36,898
favorite 30
comment 4
It's Paris in the late Forties. A young man (Robert Hutton), with his wife (Patricia Roc) and his girl friend (Jean Wallace), is overheard in a bar bemoaning how long it will most likely take before his rich aunt dies and he will inherit a great deal of money. A few days later the aunt is stabbed to death.
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews )
Topics: Mystery, Thriller, Charles Laughton
The Video Cellar Collection
by Ken Murray
movies
eye 27,243
favorite 65
comment 8
A collection of behind the scenes and home movies from the golden age of Hollywood. Hosted by Ken Murray with a Special appearance by Kirk Douglas. Features footage of: Eddie Albert, June Allyson, George K. Arthur, Mary Astor, Lew Ayres, Max Baer, Lucille Ball, Richard Barthelmess, Rex Bell, Edgar Bergen, Sally Blane, Humphrey Bogart, John Boles, Pat Boone, Eddie Borden, Hobart Bosworth, Clara Bow, William Boyd, Fanny Brice, Paul Brooks, Joe E. Brown, Johnny Mack Brown, Virginia Bruce, Rory...
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 8 reviews )
Topics: Classic TV, Hollywood, Ken Murray, Movie Stars, TV Special, Home Movies, Behind the Scenes
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Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Alexander Korda
movies
eye 16,585
favorite 23
comment 3
This a sharper version without the cropped frames of the other copy here at IA. A luminous biopic of the legendary Flemish painter. Alexander Korda considered this to be his finest film. It also features one of Charles Laughton's greatest early performances. An outstanding supporting cast includes, among others, Gertrude Lawrence and Elsa Lanchester. Directed by Alexander Korda. Released in 1936. Complete print.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews )
Topics: dramas, biopics, Rembrandt van Rijn, Charles Laughton, Gertrude Lawrence, Elsa Lanchester
Feature Films
by Benedict Bogeaus
movies
eye 231,566
favorite 55
comment 7
Charles Laughton plays Kidd, a merchant captain who cons the King of England (Henry Daniell) into allowing him to take to the sea to recover a lost treasure and escort a ship back to London. An old fellow conspirator who he thought dead (John Carradine) and a mysterious young man (Randolph Scott) manage to get on board and cause problems for Kidd.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 7 reviews )
Topics: Action, Drama, Adventure, Charles Laughton
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Community Audio
by Charles Dickens
audio
eye 133
favorite 1
comment 0
Mr. Pickwick's Christmas spoken by Charles Laughton (1899-1962) with music composed and conducted by Hanns Eislen. Transferred to LP, this remained a best seller for Decca long after being recorded in 1944. A fine job by Mr. Laughton, who I remember more for "Mutiny on the Bounty" (1935) and "Advise and Consent" (1962). Transferred from a copy of the original Decca 78 set DA 379 by Bob Varney.
Topics: Pickwick, Laughton, Eislen, Decca, Dickens
78 RPMs and Cylinder Recordings
by Charles Laughton
audio
eye 1,792
favorite 8
comment 0
MR. PICKWICK'S CHRISTMAS by Charles Dickens As told by Charles Laughton Original Music Composed and Conducted by Hanns Eisler Decca 78rpm Album  DA-379 (L 3577 - 3580) Recorded in 1944 Digital transfer by F. Reeder (High bit rate)
Topics: Charles Dickens, Charles Laughton, spoken, 78rpm, Christmas
Source: 78
Folksoundomy: Music and Music Albums
by Charles Laughton
audio
eye 9,877
favorite 16
comment 1
THE STORY-TELLER A Session with CHARLES LAUGHTON Capitol TBO-1650 (mono Lp) Recorded ca. 1955 Digital transfer by F. Reeder [Improved transfer - 11/16]
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Charles Laughton, spoken
Folksoundomy: Music and Music Albums
audio
eye 2,792
favorite 3
comment 0
CHARLES LAUGHTON Readings from the Bible 01 GARDEN OF EDEN - Genesis: 2-3 02 THE FIERY FURNACE (Shadrach, Meshack and Abednego) - Daniel: 3 03 NOAH'S ARK - Genesis 6-9 04 DAVID AND GOLIATH - I Samuel: 17 Decca DL 8031 (mono Lp) Recorded ca. 1950 Digital transfer by F. Reeder
Topics: Charles Laughton, spoken, Bible
Feature Films
movies
eye 15,988
favorite 8
comment 5
STORY OF THE CURSE OF KING TUT IN 1922 WITH ROBIN ELLIS TV movie
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews )
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Sol Lesser
movies
eye 5,075
favorite 8
comment 1
This print is much sharper and with much cleaner audio than the existing IA copies. An outstanding suspense drama featuring Edward G Robinson's superb performance as a man obsessed with his adopted daughter while being slowly driven to madness by a dark secret. Solid supporting cast. Haunting Miklos Rozsa background score. This film is too well known for the need to add other than it is highly recommended. Directed by Delmer Daves. Released in 1947. a.k.a. "No Trespassing" Complete...
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Topics: suspense dramas, mysteries, horror, Edward G Robinson, Lon McCallister, Judith Anderson, Allene...
Community Audio
by Coil
audio
eye 4,114
favorite 7
comment 1
Artist: Coil Album: The Ape Of Naples
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Topics: coil album, coil, industrial
Community Audio
by Coil
audio
eye 1,260
favorite 3
comment 0
Artist: Coil Album: ANS Notes: Video uploaded separately.
Topics: coil, industrial, drone experimental
Community Video
by Coil
movies
eye 1,582
favorite 1
comment 0
Artist: Coil Release: ANS Notes: Video remuxed from source DVD files without recompressing. Audio is FLAC converted from lossless uncompressed stream on DVD, source frequence and bitrate (48kHz & 16bit). As we are going into an era of DVD death, it is important to preserve.
Topics: coil, industrial, drone, minimal, ans, experimental
California Digital Library
by Louÿs, Pierre, 1870-1925; Monkshood, G. F., b. 1872
texts
eye 1,396
favorite 3
comment 0
Woman and puppet -- The new pleasure -- Byblis -- Lêda -- Immortal love -- The artist triumphant -- The hill of Horsel
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by none credited
movies
eye 4,662
favorite 9
comment 0
A muddled mystery with an equally confused cast that features Hal Skelly as one of the most obnoxious newspaper reporters in Hollywood's long history of portraying obnoxious newspaper reporters. Not in any way related to the radio series and comic book character The Shadow. Four minutes are missing including the title card and opening credits. Written and directed by Arthur Hoert. Released in 1933. CAST NOTES: Cesar Romero's film debut. Rose Hobart is here at IA in "East of Borneo."
Topics: mysteries, whodunits, Hal Skelly, Rose Hobart, Harry T Morey, Cesar Romero
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Jerry Warren
movies
eye 6,031
favorite 11
comment 0
This print is sharper with better contrast and a smaller download file than the existing IA copy. Entertainingly bad teen exploitation with a whacky screenplay, low production values and awful acting. A gorilla suit is the ketchup on the corndog. Produced and directed by Jerry Warren. Released in 1960. a.k.a. "Teenage Torture" (2nd release title). Complete print. TRIVIA: The title and background music were stolen from "Kronos" (1957) CAST NOTE: Don Sullivan (Regg) also has...
Topics: sci fi, horror, teen exploitation, gorilla suits, Don Sullivan, Katherin Victor, Steve Conti
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Richard C Kahn
movies
eye 3,791
favorite 8
comment 0
This is a B-western with an all-black cast that includes Spencer Williams and Mantan Moreland. Mantan's part isn't large, but he does have some very telling moments. Unfortunately this print represents the poor state of preservation of many surviving race films. Written and Directed by Richard C Kahn. Released in 1938. Approximately 4 minutes are missing. SPECIAL NOTE: The copyright notice in the opening credits refers to content not included here. This film is in the public domain. CAST NOTE:...
Topics: westerns, B-westerns, race films, all-black casts, Herbert (Herb) Jeffries, Spencer Williams (Jr),...
Feature Films
movies
eye 4,873
favorite 7
comment 1
No, this isn’t about one of Thing’s relatives.   A group of friends is trapped by a cave-in. Fearful of starvation, they eventually hack off one guy’s arm. But wouldn’t you know it…they’re all rescued just minutes later! Flash ahead five years. The original victim has vanished – and a mysterious someone is killing the other survivors by lopping off their arms in a similar fashion. Who is behind it? And who is next…? “ From the opening moments involving an arm getting hacked...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: cannibalism, revenge, Deborah Walley, cave-in
Feature Films
movies
eye 3,192
favorite 5
comment 1
Mort the Mortician, and his two friends Spike and Doc (who run the aptly named “Greasy Spoon Diner”), collaborate on an interesting business model. The owners kill and dismember people – with body parts ending up on the following day’s menu – and Mort provides $144.98 funerals to the survivors.   Of course, Mort’s add-ons drive the price up a good bit…but he also gives trading stamps to cushion the financial blow.  Things turn for the worse after the entrepreneurs serve pieces...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: horror/comedy, cannibalism, funerals, bikers, surgery, diners
Feature Films
movies
eye 8,578
favorite 14
comment 3
Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things (also known as Revenge of the Living Dead , Things From the Dead , and Zreaks ) is a 1972 comedic horror film directed by Bob Clark. It later became a cult classic. This low-budget zombie film is the third film of director Bob Clark, who later became famous for directing the films Black Christmas , A Christmas Story , and Porky's . The story focuses on a theatre troupe, led by Alan. He is a mean-spirited director, who travels with the others by boat to a...
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Topics: zombies, living dead, low-budget, horror-comedy, Bob Clark
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by John Wayne
movies
eye 5,793
favorite 8
comment 1
This pristine print is much sharper and cleaner than the existing IA copies. Plus it has a smaller download file. Loner John Wayne changes his outlaw ways when he falls under the spell of beautiful Quaker Gail Russell, A classic American western with a solid cast, good production values and the Duke at his best. Written and directed by James Edward Grant. Released in 1947. a.k.a. "The Angel and the Outlaw" Complete print
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Topics: westerns, Quakers, John Wayne, Gail Russell, Harry Carey, Bruce Cabot
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Leslie Howard & Harold Huth
movies
eye 8,213
favorite 20
comment 1
Leslie Howard again has the title role in this seriocomic world war 2 updating of the classic adventure yarn of the napoleonic wars, "The Scarlet Pimpernel." Directed by Leslie Howard UK release 1941 US release 1942 a.k.a. "The Fighting Pimpernel" & "Mr V" (US) Complete print NOTE: "The Scarlet Pimpernel" and its direct sequel, "Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel," are also available here at IA in the Feature Films Collection.
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Topics: Adventures, WW2, Nazi Germany, Leslie Howard, Francis L Sullivan, Mary Morris, Allan Jeayes,...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
movies
eye 6,858
favorite 19
comment 2
This print is sharper and with cleaner audio than the existing IA copy. All is not well on young Lord Lebanon's ancestral estate, what with his mother's constant nagging and the chauffeur turning up dead, in this Edgar Wallace mystery with a good cast and rising body count. (It's always amazed me our British friends were able to produce and release quality films like this during the most desperate days of the blitz.) Directed by George King UK release 1940 US release 1941 a.k.a. "The...
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Topics: mysteries, whodunits, old dark house, Edgar Wallace, Marius Goring, Penelope Dudley-Ward, Helen Haye
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Samuel Bischoff
movies
eye 3,890
favorite 8
comment 1
A girl born out of wedlock must fight prejudice and jealousy to make her way in the upper-class world of Kentucky horse racing. One of the better Tiffany productions. Filmed before in 1914. Directed by Phil Rosen Released in 1932 Second release in 1938 a.k.a. "Lena Rivers" Complete print
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Topics: dramas, melodramas, social dramas, ilegitimacy, horse racing, Charlotte Henry, Morgan Gallaway,...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Leuis Weiss
movies
eye 2,551
favorite 4
comment 0
This print is sharper and brighter than the existing IA copy. Yes this is that infamous mix of new sound footage of two guys in gorilla suits with footage from the silent serial "Perils of the Jungle" (1927), and as such a genuine jaw-dropper that must be seen to be believed. So bad it's good? Absolutely! ..er, well, at least it's hilariously bad. Directed by Harry L Fraser (as H L Fraser) Released in 1945. Complete print. CAST NOTE: B-western actor Ray "Crash" Corrigan who...
Topics: adventures, jungle adventures, gorilla suits, sound-film/silent film mashup, Ray Corrigan, Lorraine...
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Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Dick Phillips
movies
eye 9,550
favorite 16
comment 6
Here is another drive-in sci fi catastrophy that by comparison makes Ed Wood look like Cecil B DeMille. In case you're interested (and I can't imagine why you would be) it's about alien monsters that devour lots of people head first, most of them girls in miniskirts. The colossal ineptness exhibited in every aspect of this production is breathtaking. Directed by Vic Savage (as A J Nelson) Released in 1964 a.k.a. "The Crawling Monster" Complete print with marginal video quality
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Topics: sci fi, horror, alien monsters, Vic Savage, Shannon O'Neil, William Thourlby
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Albert J Cohen
movies
eye 9,670
favorite 19
comment 0
Move over "Wild Women of Wongo" and "Bowanga Bowanga." Here comes another tribe of jungle hussies. Oy! (Not to be confused with the 1967 Hammer film "Prehistoric Women") Directed by Gregg C Tallas Released in 1950 a.k.a. "The Virgin Goddess" Tape-transferred complete print (minus a few frames)
Topics: adventures, jungle jills, exploitation
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Herk Harvey
movies
eye 36,219
favorite 25
comment 1
This version was sourced from a high quality 1.3GB Windows Media file found elsewhere at IA which didn't fully derive, and so there wasn't a streaming version. This new upload has been converted to a 642MB mpeg4 (mp4) file with no loss in apparent video quality. A low-key supernatural horror that proved you don't need mega bucks or a Hollywood studio to make a highly effective genre film. Directed by Herk Harvey Released in 1962 a.k.a. "Corridors of Evil" Complete print
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Topics: Horror, supernatural horror, mysteries, ghosts, Candace Hilligoss, Francis Feist, Sidney Berger